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Stephen DiCarmine, Joel Sanders and Steven Davis are accused of swindling the Dewey & LeBoeuf investors and lenders out of $250 million through a series of accounting tricks before the storied firm collapsed in 2012. (Credit: Corbis)

Meet The Key Players In The Dewey Fraud Trial

With trial underway in the Manhattan district attorney’s criminal fraud case against Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP’s former leaders, Law360 sizes up the central players in the unfolding courtroom drama.

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